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Washington-Baltimore Best for Finding Jobs

Job search engine juju.com has ranked Washington, D.C., first and Baltimore, Md., third among the cities in the nation where it is easiest to find jobs, according to an article in the Baltimore Business Journal.

Juju surveys online job portals, employers, recruiter web sites and job boards, and takes unemployment data into account for its report.

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January 21, 2010


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